Our Client seeks a talented and highly motivated individual to join its Systems group as a systems administrator manager for their New York office. Systems administrators provide support, automation, and management for a wide variety of enterprise technology, including a sophisticated Windows and Linux desktop/server environment, cutting-edge storage and clustered computing solutions, and a number of communications platforms. The role offers the opportunity to be part of an inclusive, collaborative, and engaging working environment.
A global investment and technology development firm that focuses on using advanced computer algorithms to identify and make investments in financial markets, among other activities.
At a high level, the firm uses complex mathematical models and data analysis to try and identify patterns and trends in financial markets that other investors may not have noticed. This allows them to make investments that they believe have a higher probability of success.
In addition to investing, the firm also engages in activities such as private equity, venture capital, and technology development. They use their expertise in advanced computing and data analysis to build software and technology that can be used to solve complex problems in various industries.
Overall, they are a sophisticated and highly successful investment and technology firm that uses advanced algorithms and data analysis to identify investment opportunities and solve complex problems.
You’ll be responsible for managing systems administrators in their New York office and will oversee their professional development, mentorship, and training. You will also work closely with other help desk managers globally to identify and implement enhancements to help desk processes and policies, measure and report on performance, collect and respond to feedback from the business, and manage a subset of help desk-related operational processes and communications. You’ll build relationships with other groups to ensure successful partnerships across the Systems department and the wider firm.